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plunging how can you invest in its smartphone rival samsung? tracy byrnes and ashley webster have the answers next on fox business. don't miss it. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. tracy: good afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes. ashley: i'm ashley webster. apple falling hard. the stock dropping nearly 12% on fears the company, well, is losing out to smartphone rival samsung. that raises the question how can you invest in samsung? we're looking for options in moments. it is not that easy. tracy: it is not. there is no adr. the odd man out months after nasdaq and i.c.e. teamed up in a failed bid to take over the new york stock exchange, nyse and i.c.e. are going it alone. bob fwri felled shares his reaction with liz claman from davos. that is ahead. ashley: a dire warning from the economy from a top advisor to president bush. ed lazear is here. he says we need to take dressic action right away. nothing happens in washington right away. tracy: unless its hundred of orders, or vacations. tracy: as we do
to phones, this is the 5.5" samsung out this year but we will see more big phones like this and phones that are bigger, maybe 6" smartphones at the show. >> paul, which companies do you expect to be the big winners or those to generate buzz at the show? >> well, i think samsung is a very big company and in a lot different areas. other trend stuff we will hear about more wireless connections particularly between smartphones and other things. case in point is this box, they are starting to use smartphones to interact with other devices better so this, for example, you can put it on top of the box and it will charge the phone and send music to the sound box. in cars you will see a lot about what is called smartphone interaction with the cars where the content is displayed on the car screen. those are some of the things we expect to see. >> a lot about the mobile. thank you, paul. can't wait to hear more. >> it is 5:26. neighbors watch in horror as a woman is deliberately set on fire and the man are searching for the suspect. >> president obama will make a nomination for the secretary of d
they stop you. with the samsung galaxy ii from straight talk wireless. he'll get the same nationwide coverage for half the cost. let's see if he notices. of course. joe saved $950 a year, enough to buy some sweet pyro. straight talk wireless. same phones. same networks. half the cost. [ rain pattering ] [ heels clicking ] [ female announcer ] yoplait light tastes great now... ♪ ...and feels great later 20 delicious flavors of yoplait light, now at 90 calories each. yoplait, it is so good! ♪ now, i'm stronger than yesterday ♪ >>> when britney spears got engaged about a year ago, everybody said it was a sign of newfound stability. but this morning, they're breaking up. >> we're also hearing that she's bailing on her reality show. what's going on here? abc's rachel smith has the details. a busy week for her. >> indeed. a busy day. today, it's britney against the music. rumors were swirling about brittabri britney's departure from "the x factor." the pop star made even bigger news on the same day. take a look. this morning, all eyes are on britney spears, ending yet another relatio
that samsung has come on very strong. when you go to a resaler, the sales for samsung are much stronger than they used to be. i think this shift has got to be acknowledged. as henry blodgett said, the stock is inexpensive. when you have something that is old news, new news, it doesn't matter, there is a continuing recognition that something is just not as great at apple that it used to be. >> i think we can make the argument all day and all night, the valuation, cash on hand, dividend that apple is paying. at the same time you can make that case for a lot of other tech stocks out there. they pay a dividend and yet the stocks don't move much anymore. and i'm thinking of like a microsoft, for instance. >> well, i was just reiterating what henry was saying. >> right. >> i feel that, again, there's a lot of things that are subtly wrong with apple. the new itune iteration is just hated. i don't know a soul who likes it. it's very clear that there are real issues involving the ipad mini and whether it's as exciting as it used to be. there is no omg factor. it's just -- frankly, as my daughter said
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for the oleds? >> we already are. we supply glass for use in o leds by small form factor like samsung phones. you saw consumer electronics. we make a glass for them. we have the potential of our willow glass, the ultrathin bendable glass to be used in oleds. we're expecting to see that come. liz: fascinating to watch the glass bend. we could see that you can actually, david, bend it. it is so cool. fascinating to see the ingunt, the american ingupt, -- ingenuity, for a company that has been around. my mom had corning ware. remember the dishs? it morphed into quite the business of the as you look at a global business such as corning, you look at currency fluctuations. analysts are a little concerned about this. you have a very weak yaen and some issues that do face you are these currency fluctuations. how are you hedging? how are you going to manage that? are you going to change your strategy? >> we've always disclosed the impact to the end to our investors and analysts. this doesn't come as a surprise. liz: right. >> i think it was the very sharp weakening of the yen from 80 to 90 in the mon
samsung crushing the competition. you ask is apple next. i bring this up, because, of course, several -- you know, a couple months ago we saw the case. >> yeah. >> about how we heard samsung might be driven from business because apparently their smartphones copied from the iphone. but things seem to be going really, really well for them right now. >> well, that litigation is outstanding. but, you know, and ongoing, i should say. but in the rest of the world, it's not so important. that's number one. number two, it's not possible that the u.s. government is going to shut samsung down from distributing phones in the united states. not going to happen. and samsung is beating apple and smartphones and the rest of the world. they're neck and neck in the united states. and droids are a very, very compelling product versus these iphones. >> -- >> the galaxy note 2. apple has already reported they're ordering less supplies, they think demand is dipping. everyone you talk to seems to like samsung. and now people say blackberry has a chance to survive with the blackberry 10. it's funny how in a
carefully before investing. >>> welcome back to "squawk" this morning. making headlines, samsung electronics says it's likely earned a quarterly profit of $8.3 billion, selling about 500 handsets a minute. samsung also benefiting from a pickup in demand for flat screens it makes for mobile devices, including those for rival apple products. but some analysts say investors are concerned samsung's momentum may slow in the first half. also at ces they're selling a $20,000 television that starts -- >> what? >> the new tvs start at 60 inches and go up to 100. >> 85? >> i heard about it. >> 85, that's -- >> life size at some point? >> oh, no. we wanted -- >> right. >> it will be in like two years. >> wait. that would be -- it would be more expensive to remodel your living room. >> now to sports and i like the sweater. i like you in that sweater. that's the sweater. >> i was in wisconsin when you said that i wore -- >> i don't think the guy could wear a sweater. but you're casual. you got the casual, almost a suito jean type thing going on. >> do a couple interviews in the field today and this is wh
by a jury. a federal judge rejected apple's request for an increase to the $1 billion samsung was already ordered to pay. the judge says the jury's decision was a reasonable settlement. the judge did not address samsung's request to reduce the award and a request for a new trial by both companies was denied. >>> a standoff goes on in alabama. dale county, alabama. a gunman holding a 6-year-old boy hostage since yesterday. police say the gunman shot a school bus driver, then kidnapped the boy. the bus driver later died. authorities say the man in his 60s was due in court today on a charge of threatening his neighbors. >>> well, back here at home, as sal has been telling you, a fiery crash this morning killed one person on eastbound 580 in livermore. there was a chain reaction crash involving four vehicles. the honda civic was rear ended. it was then rammed into the center median and then it caught fire. >>> in san jose police are busy investigating a suspected case of arson in the willow glen area. police say it appears someone threw a flammable liquid and then set it on fire. it was about
to address. >> brian, we got to let you go. real quick, samsung? i read that they may have, at least the gossip is, they may have a screen that won't break? it's a flexible screen? i'm excited if this is true. >> yes, so samsung has a huge product announcement and a lot of innovations. they're going to be showing off flexible displays. small and large, so smart phone and tv. but they're going to have a brand new product and i think that will be probably the most applicable thing to the earnings on samsung over the next year or two because it will go to market. >> brian white, thank you for w joining us this morning. >> coming up, several stocks on the move this morning. we'll check in with jim cramer at the new york stock exchange. that's nextment ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of
. >> samsung. >> next thing, man. >> reporter: turns out wall street is also wondering about apple. apple stock now at $502, has dropped $200 since september. it came after "the wall street journal" reported that apple cut orders for parts on its iphone 5 because of weaker than expected demand. >> we look at it as a bit of a letdown, obviously. it's not great that this has happened. we thought this device would be the biggest seller. >> reporter: apple is declining to comment ahead of its earnings due out in ten days. it was just 15 months ago the founder and ceo steve jobs died but apple's current ceo, tim cook, was defiantly confident in a recent interview with nbc's brian williams. >> don't bet against us, brian. don't bet against us. we are constantly innovating, we are constantly looking around the corner. we constantly want to make the world's best products. >> reporter: it is a very tough field. ask blackberry. the shelf life for anything tech cool is about three to six months and globally samsung is expected to sell more smart phones this year than apple. cnbc's tech reporter john forte
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know, we don't like apple any more in the market and apple is killing r.i.m. we don't trade samsung. samsung's killing r.i.m. who's not killing r.i.m. nokia? >> we had an analyst saying all the things that were bad about amazon and how this is ahead. every time he said something bad, i played that -- >> i saw it. i saw it. i know. >> he looked over at the monitor, i think he thought jeff was listening for a minute. >> he was also thinking, oh, man, now i won't be able to talk to bassos anymore. >> that was a great interview. >> it never gets old, i will admit it. it never gets old. >> i'm glad we saved that. >> how about showing being completely wrong, not helping anyone. really making it impossible on amazon. he still comes on. that's my kind of guy. >> but jim, i said the metrics for apple at 700, every valuation number was cheap. whereas everyone for amazon here is expensive. yet look, you know, the market seems to know more than this. >> how about the guy putting on about a 50 p, where did he come on that? pin the tail on the pe? >> come up with whatever you want. >> there is no
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phone and samsung's whole line of smartphones. president obama with a blackberry is more an exception. his daughters and their iphones are now the rule. for many holdouts, the attraction of the old blackberry was the keypad. they have been reluctant to give it up for touchscreens. in nbc news, this are plenty of holdouts. this is the nerve center of "nightly news." a blackberry there. one puns with an iphone in the corner. the anchor and managing editor, he uses both. >> i would like to, like the reese's peanut butter commercial, combine these two devices. >> reporter: turns out using both isn't uncommon. >> i use both of them interchangeably. sometimes a matter of which one i can find in my purse. >> reporter: nbc luck russert found a lot of dual users on capitol hill. >> reporter: how long have you had your blackberry? >> probably 10 years an iphone about five. >> reporter: why do you hold on to both of them? >> the iphone personal and blackberry for work because the iphone can't handle a high volume of e-mail when it's time sensitive. >> reporter: blackberry says it has the solution, the same rel
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such as samsung. apple has dipped below the $500 mark in premarket trading this morning and that's the first time that's happened since last february 16th. so, it's like a roller coaster. i don't know if it comes back up the other way, though. >> why don't we talk about some of other other headlines as well. oracle has released an emergency update to its widely used java web blousing software after the u.s. government urged pc users to disable java last week because of a security vulnerability. oracle says the fix addresses two issues. some experts say the fix does not deal with the other flaws. >>> also bankrupt hostess is selling six bread brands to rival flour foods for $390. that includes wonder bread. hostess has not yet announced winning bidders for its snack brands but that is expected to take place within the next few weeks. >>> and finally u.p.s. is abandoning a nearly $7 billion deal to buy amsterdam's tnt express. that comes on word that european regulators would have rejected the deal as currently -- as it was currently set up. u.p.s. had first offered to buy tnt. europe's secretary l
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and if they are going to sue as apple did recently with samsung accusing it of violating a patents they expect to use the u.s. legal system even though they don't have employment here or anything but coke and employment. and as we were thinking about, why should the u.s. and the u.s. being the u.s. taxpayer basically, underwrite a legal system for the benefit of corporate america if it is not doing any serious employment in this country? >> host: let's start with some facebook comments. this is from tina. tina put on our facebook page money and politics is our biggest threat to an equitable representation in our government. what does your research revealed as far as this issue is concerned? >> guest: absolutely right. there is widespread agreement and this is one of these things that even most parties, parts of both parties would like to get this out of it. some people would anyway. others may benefit from it. we did not explore in great detail in this last book what some of the solutions could be. we talked to people who talk about constitutional amendments to limit politics and so forth but before
pod. i feel all along they should have done that with the phone. samsung is for real and other carri carriers that dictate a lot of demand trends. i like the strategy. i think they can gain margin through scale and sell a lot of accessories and services through that. that's a little hard to stole my investors and my clients sometimes. i think that the ipod way, they went after it and they didn't let anybody do anything in that music player market. i actually think that's the way to go in phones. now that we've passed that time, they need to be a little careful. they can do a phone with a 40% margin, below the current but not below others. >> and some people anticipated in part they sold so many of the iphone 5 more than expected. is that good news for apple? >> it's a mixed news. actually, i think the big news of verizon, they sold more iphones than expected but sold more old iphones. half were iphone 4s and 4 ss. those actually carry a higher margin than iphone 5. the gross margin may be surprising given the mix of old iphones was stronger than expected and i expect it continues. wh
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. >> qualcomm? >> it's secular growth. samsung is going to do well. visa and mastercard are growing double digits. consumers all over if world, it's clipping coupons. you're not taking any credit risks. and we know more people are moving away from cash. look at companies doing that as opposed to a lot of investors say, well, i want that 6% dividend and i'll be happy with that. >> okay. and you talked about ford for a while. >> ford. their secular growth rate is there for you. you look at the auto companies, they're still growing. the average car is 11 years old. they have greater national exposure. they've just doubled their dividend. it's a dividend stock now with growth. a year ago, it didn't have a dividend. it wasn't investment grade. but you're up 40%. maybe you don't chase it now, but -- >> all right. so, joe, when we started the year, we did that, you know, that deal for the fiscal cliff. i don't know how you refer to it at this point. no one liked it. >> deal with the devil, joe? >> well, no. it was enough. it was enough. it got us through that period. then we said, well, we've got
s phone has sold more than 100 million around the world. samsung is breathing down your neck. >> i want to be able to see it. >> it's not cool. >> what do you mean? >> wait one second. >> are you getting your personal e-mail? >> i've got to make a call. >> i love it. >> but the great thing you can do, you can type by swiping along the keyboard. you don't have to hunt and peck. you can swipe along and text. if you break that, you're buying a new one. >> you do that to the iphone, it cracks into a million pieces. >> i'm going to sound even less cool. i got a demo for the nokia lumia, it's the best phone i've ever used. nobody's buying it. there's not a lot of ap prk s for it. but it is intuitive. >> and the blackberry's coming. the it's supposed to be pretty good. the phone that brian is using, just talking about, it's a wall phone. >> i want that. >> this looks great. >> thank you so much. memorable moments from last night's golden globe awards straight ahead. tina fey and amy poehler. >> they were fantastic. ♪ aww man. [ male announcer ] returns are easy with free pickup from the
, televisions are getting a lot of attention including samsung's 85 inch set that could sell as much as $20,000. it has four times the resolution of current hdtvs and offers personalized suggestions for each viewer in the house. you can even swipe from screen to screen like an ipad on your wall. i guess like this. >> you have to be able to swipe. >> what the heck? >> a lot to see. >> we don want that for us. that's bad for us? >> good for you, bad for me. >> a look at the playbook executive editor. good morning. >> happy new year. >> happy new year to you. with your doing behind the curtain piece this morning, what you call the modern republican party by looking at one freshman congressman in particular, tom cotton, a republican. why do you look at him and what does he represent? >> you look at someone like tom cotton and figure out why is it we can't get a grand fiscal cli cliff -- fiscal bargain and why gun laws unlikely in the next congress and immigration harder than people think. you look at a guy like tom cotton a mainstream republican, opposed to any new gun laws and pathway to citiz
china buying 400 phones. >> and samsung is getting huge market share. by the way, the coolest new phone you'll ever see in your whole life, they now make a screen that doesn't break. >> what? >> it's foldable, twistable, you can't break it. >> have you broken a screen on your phone? >> no, but people are constantly breaking phones. you drop them on the floor and they break. anyway, amazon is taking aim at apple's i tune store unveiling amazon autorip. it's free versions of music cds they pufr chased. analysts hope it will encourage more people to use the class service. >> how would you know whether you were being a really good lincoln or not? how do we know how he acted and how he talked? how would you know if someone was a really good -- other than just good makeup? how would you know whether it was good performance? >> it's guesswork. it doesn't sound like daniel day-lewis. >> but they're saying that he is -- that no one should even show um, that is nominated with him because he's going to win. but how do you know he's realistic? >> it is amazing considering he's european and -- >> bu
recently, with samsung, accusing it of violating patents, they expect to use the u.s. legal system, even though they really don't have employment here or amount to anything other than token employment. and so one of the things we were thinking about is why should the u.s. -- and being the u.s. taxpayer, basically -- a legal system for the benefit of corporate america if it's not doing any serious employment in this country. >> host: want to start with facebook comments we received for you. this is from tina. tina says: i believe money and politics is our biggest threat to equitable representation in our government. what does your research reveal as far as this issue is concerned? >> guest: well, she is absolutely right. and i think there's widespread agreement on that. in fact it's one of these things that even both parties -- parts of both parties agree to they'd like to get this out of -- some people would, anyway. others make benefit from it. so, we did not explore in great detail in this last book what some of the solutions could be. we have talked to people -- talked about everyth
. but i think apple is still growing, they're still -- there's no lines anymore if samsung is making fun of. that's going to be a problem for me. right now there's still lines and they're still growing and margins are still high. just not as much as they used to be. >> jon? >> you know, i think it's interesting that became was up so much yesterday powering the dow. this apple story is kind of like between the facebook ipo and ibm. ibm does so well at managing expectations. they're an extreme case of managing both expectations, and their earnings. facebook totally whipped it on their ipo by not correcting managing expectations. it seems like apple is sort of in that facebook wheelhouse trying to get more like ibm. right now, they're in the midst of a cycle where they redesigning a bunch of products. margins are down. but in terms of the number of iphones that they're shipping, very high. i mean, that's something that investors certainly need to think about. >> all right, john, thank you very much. daniel, thank you. we appreciate it. >> my pleasure. >> the world economic forum is just hea
phone -- >> soon to be samsung. >> barnicle, you've got an abacus, i've got an iphone, but there's two laptops. that's the way it's going. if facebook can't monetize that rather than that, they're going to be in trouble. you figure this out, folks, you're in good shape. >> so we've got iphones around here. does blackberry have a shot of get back? >> good job, by the way, they changed their name from research in motion officially to blackberry. their share has gone from 44% to 2. are you willing to carry around two devices? that's it. we're all locked into ecosystems. >> i see a lot of people carrying around two devices. >> that's because corporate devices give it to them. now they're allowing it all on this. i've got one device. that's their challenge. >> i want one device with one charger, one type of charger, and i want the device to not -- >> and i want one ring to rule them all. "lord of the rings" reference, mika. >> brian sullivan, thank you so much, for whatever you just did. you can catch brian on cnbc's "street signs" wednesday weekdays at 2:00 p.m. on tomorrow's show, from the academ
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